The Parisian jewelry brand uses diamonds to fashion the Morse code. A brilliant idea that ensures love notes stay secret!
At first glance, the diamond bracelets and necklaces of this young Made-in-France brand fit into the accessories which breathe new life into skin-wear jewelry. The diamonds are discreet yet precious and the gold chains weave a web of delicately-dazzling threads of light. We could stop here but we’d be missing out on Hint’s magic.
Virginie, its creator, who started out with Chanel, Cartier and Harry Winston, is an alchemist of all things intimate. For her, jewelry is a privileged means of expression, a way to (re)connect with our very essence. Virginie noticed that bespoke jewelry was occasionally overly visible, that it undoubtedly revealed a little too much of our secret garden. Hint was born out of this obvious fact, a jewelry brand which reproduces the Morse code to engrave a memory, a date or the initial of a first name. Here, the Morse code becomes a luminous code where round stones represent the dots and baguette-cut ones the dashes. The tailor-cut diamonds inscribe your secret message subtly, without giving anything away whatsoever.